Hans Tursack

Hans Tursack is a designer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He received a BFA in studio art from the Cooper Union School of Art, and an M.Arch from the Princeton University School of Architecture where he was the recipient of the Underwood Thesis Prize. He has worked in the offices of LEVENBETTS Architects, SAA/Stan Allen Architecture, and Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects.

His writing and scholarly work have appeared in Perspecta Journal, Pidgin Magazine, Plat, Crop Journal, Thresholds Journal, Log Journal, Dimensions Journal, Archinect, See/Saw, Acadia, and the Architects Newspaper. He recently received the Willard A. Oberdick teaching/design fellowship from the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture, a MacDowell Research Fellowship, an Art OMI: Architecture residency, a Mass MOCA artist residency, a University Design Research Fellowship from Exhibit Columbus and an artist residency in Gapado, South Korea.

He was the 2018-2021 Pietro Belluschi Fellow at the MIT School of Architecture + Planning, a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Sam Fox School, Washington University in St. Louis (2022-2023), and is currently a PhD candidate in Electronic Arts and the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s dept. of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.